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disneymom
29-05-2011, 11:13 AM
I think photopass do resort photoshoots don't they? and some of them seem really good

do they do park photoshoots as well?

Captain Teague
29-05-2011, 01:17 PM
We do the photopass each time. Very good photos. They even do some special effects in the pics. We also had several pictures that were in our package that we didn't have taken. you know like Mickey in front of something.

Isafari
30-05-2011, 11:09 AM
The last info I have on the private photoshoots.....but please note that the prices would probably have risen a little by now.

Disney Resorts Private Photo Shoot - You can arrange for private 30 minute photo sessions with a Disney's PhotoPass photographer at the Grand Floridian, Beach Club, Polynesian, Wilderness Lodge or Animal Kingdom Lodge (Please note that Saratoga Springs is no longer offered. It's expected to be moved to the Contemporary Resort but no time line has been offered at this time). The sessions includes around 40 photos (limited only by time) taken around the picturesque resorts and their beaches.
Disney's PhotoPass Portrait Session Photo Package - For a price of $49.95, you will get your choice of one of the following packages: (A) 8x10 (2), 5x7 (3); (B) 5x7 (2), 4x6 (4 sets of 2); (C) 5x7 (7). You will be able to choose the pose for each print, so you can have up to 5 different poses for Package A, up to 6 different poses for Package B and up to 7 different poses for Package C
Disney's PhotoPass Portrait Session PhotoCD - For a price of $99.95, you will get your choice of photo package as explained above plus all of the photos on a PhotoCD.
For guests who have either pre-purchased Disney's PhotoPass PhotoCD or have purchased the PhotoCD in the parks, the session will be available for $70.
Reports from guests who have participated in the photo sessions are overwhelmingly positive. Available times are seasonal, starting daily at 8 am until 7 pm or sunset, whichever comes first. Call 407-824-1700 to make reservations up to 30 days in advance or for additional information.

shimmerplanet
08-06-2011, 12:33 PM
Thank you for all this ^^^^ information! I was also hoping to get a few "family-esque" pictures while we are there. I need to research the Photopass a little more - I have ready just the basics on it, but it really sounds like it's worth it to get it and have some great pictures as well.